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PAGE 6 SHELTON--NIASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL, INC., Publishers Founded 1886 by Grant C. Angle Mailing Addre: Box 446, Shelton Phone 426-4412 Published at Shelton, Mason County, Washington, every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffice, Shelton. Washington SUBSCRIPTION RATES--S4.50 per year in Mason County, in advance; Outside Mason County, $5.00 Member of National Editorial Association Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers' Association COPY DEADLINES RURAL CORRESPONDENCE AND NOTICES -- Monday I0 a.m. DISPLAY ADVERTISING Tuesday noon SOCIETY NEWS _2" Tuesday noon PICTURES AND NEWS -- Tuesday 5 p.m, WANT ADS -- Wednesday 10 a.m. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER -- William M. Dickie PLANT SUPERINTENDENT Jim Shrum OFFICE MANAGER -- Lodema Johnson NEWS EDITOR -- Alan Ford SOCIETY EDITOR Marj Waters OFFICE ASSISTANT -- ary Kent ADVERTISING MANAGER -- Barbara Nelson pRINTERS Russ Stuck, Dave Thacher, Asa Pearson, Jerry Stiller, Charles Schwarz. I .LETTERS ., m= ABOLISH CIVIL DEFENSE WRITER SUGGESTS Mr. Bill Dickie, Editor, Shelton Journal Attached is a copy of a letter I sent to the County Commission- ors. Several people asked me to end a copy of it to the Shelton Journal. I am convinced, after talking to a great number of people, that 70% of the people in this County would agree to abolish the Civil Defense office. I was pleased to see that the House Appropriations Committee flatly refused to build a Nation- wide system of fall-out shelters. The Civil Defense in Mason County has stock-piled a great deal of material for use in an emergency. If the bomb is drop- ped in this country, neither a fall- out shelter nor stock piled eqtnp- ment will save us. Sincerely, Desn R. Palmer Chairman, Mason County Commissioners Shelton, Washington Sirs: The time has come to make a stand against hiring a Civil De- fense Director. Civil Defense in tiffs country has always been it) year behind the actual defense needs. ,o EDITOR I THE I see no reason why $17,000 a year should be spent in Mason County on an ineffective Civil De- fense Program. Almost everyone  have talked to feels that the mon- ey could be spent on far more worthwhile projects. Experts have estimated that. within the first half hour. 1O0 million people will be killed in this country in an all-out nuclear war--no mater how many holes the Civil Defense recommends we dig, they are not going to save us from nuclear cremation or death from radiation sickness. The Civil Defense budget in Mason County has grown at an alarming rate in the last two years. The only way to stop the waste of County money in this antiquatea system of Civil Defense is to abol- ish the department completely. Portland, Oregon, abolished the Civil Defense program which had a 65 thousand doilar budget. We in Mason County should do likewise. I highly recommend that no one be hired for Civil Defense Direc- tor and that the office be closea and that an audit be made of the books and that a Citizen's Com- mittee be instructed to inventory all materials obtained by the past Civil Defense Directors. Sincerely (signed) Dean R. Palmer VISIT HERE--Two state officials of the Moody; State trave Business and Pro- here Monday as a part of their mk in observance of National Busi- ial Women's Club Week Oct. 7-13. Pictured the Santa Claus with its "Welcome To US.A." sign are left to right Miss Mary Dobson, r of B and PW District 5, Mrs. Helen M. tof the organization and Mrs, Mary Esther ,chairman. The two state officials are state meeting members of local clubs em be rs. '4 The 6 Dod[es Are Here. them--why don't See Them? Used Cars 1959 RAMBLER 6 Sta. Wagon ....... =$1 195 1957 PLYMOUTH Sta. Wagon ................ $795 8 cyl. std. trans. 1955 CHEVROLET Sta. Wagon ............ s445 6 cyl. std. trans. 1953 PLYMOUTH Club Coupe ................ $24S 1953 PONTIAC 4 Door .......................... s245 1953 MERCURY ...................................... $I 95 1952 CIIEVRoLET ................................... $I 75 Several Older Cars PAULEY MOTORS Pront & Railroad 426-8183 Son Of Matlock Couple Home On Leave From The Marine Corps By Dora Hearing MATLOCK --- Gent Brehmeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Breh- meyer St.. is home on leave now from the U.S. Marines He is sta- tioned in California. The Matlock Grange had around 70 Grange members out Friday evening when the Harstine Grange brought the gavel. Matlock Grange takes the gavel to Southside grange Oct, 18. Mr. and Mrs. Garry Lovette of COUNTY i RE(ORD$ DIVORCES Six default divorce decrees were igned by Court Commissioner By- ron McCranahan in Mason County Superior Court Friday. They were Faye E. Owings from Roland O. Owings; Joe C. Townsend from Julia F. Townsend; Mary Anne Porten from Thomas E. Porten; Guy D. Pole from Ivillaha Pole; George Robinson from Signs Rob- inson and Ramona Lee Smith from Bobby W. Smith. BELFAIR JUSTICE COURT Jack G. Pedersen. U.S.S, Co- lumbus. Charged with exceeding posted speed in ITelfair, mailed in bail. Jerry D. Patrick, Route 2, Box 342. Charged wfth having no op- erator's license, posted bail and forfeited same. Hearing on driv- ing at a speed too fast for road conditions, and running into Dep- uty Brown's new car. $20.25 cash fine. Arthur Schaurer. North Shore Road, Belfair. Charged with tres- passing and picking brush on pri- vate land. Failed to appear for hearing Oct. 4, forfeited $100 bail. STATE PATROL Vancouver spent the weekend, with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lovette. CALLERS AT the R. E. Brad- berry home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walko of Cloquallum and the Kent family of Seattle. The candidates who took the third and fourth degree at Agate Grange Saturday night from Mat- lock Grange were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson. Mr. and Mrs. John McGarvie. Mr. and Mrs Harold Beerbower and Lester Bozard, Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trenckmann. Mrs. Lula Creamer. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McGarvie from Matlock Grange, were all in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin and children and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn And family were Sunday dinner guests at the Lad Rossmai- er home. MR. AND MRS, ROY Nye and baby of Olympia called Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier Thursday ev- ening. Mrs. Sam Diggle and Mrs. Ed- ward Valley attended a bridal shower for Louira Spalding at To Late To Classify WHITE ENAMEL incinerator with black enamel top. very good con- dition. Phone 426-8006. A 10/10-17 FOUR-WHEEL drive Jeep for sale. Call 426-4678. S 10/10-17 FOR SALE OR RENT -- Two bed- room furnished house at 214 East Pine. $35 month. Phone 426-8193. Y 10/10-24 SALE OR LEASE -- Five-y-e-arol(i three-bedroom rambler, three acres. one mile from town. Fireplace. built- in appliances. Available today. Call Waterfront Realty, phone 426-8277. I0/10 $150 DOWN -- Neat Mt. View home for sale on easiest FHA; terms. Mon- thly payments tess than rent. Move in right away. Call 426-8277. Water- front Realty. 10/10 DRESSMAKING. knitting and crochet- ing to order. Children's clothing a specialty. Phone 426-8584. Vehicles driven by Elgin C. Knorr, 43. Shelton. and Alice Crossan, 43, Shelton. were involv- ed in a rear-end collision about i 1 miles north of Shclton on Highway 101 about 6:35 p.m. Sat- urday. Damage to the Knorr ve- hicle was $25 and to the Crosssn vehicle $50. Both vehicles were ..... northbound on Highway I01 when the Crossan vehicle stopped for another vehicle m front of it. The Knorr vehicle failed to stop ann collided with the rear of the Cros- san vehicle. The accident was in- vestigated by State 'I)rooper Rob- ert Furseth and Lt. Dan Camer- on. * .J: . Cleo F. Hulet. 48, Shelton was I the driver of a car involved in a I one-car accident about 6,/2 miles m north of Shelton on Highway 14A I about 10:15 p.m. Monday. The ca]'[ she was driving skidded to the i right on a right hand curve, whHr, ] pod back and forth across the road end then left the road on the left side striking a tree and a PUD and telephone pole. Both poles were damaged. Damage to her car was about $700. The accident was investigated by State Trooper Rob- ert Furseth. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Hank Boysen, residence, $14.000; Mary E. Mays, porch, $1.000; Re- serve Construction Co., Federal Way, two $22,000 duplexes. POLICE COURT Appearing on the docket in Shelton Police Court before Judge Rolla Halbert Monday night were Edward Christianson, no valid op- erator's license. $29 forfeit; Rich- ard W. LaFond, driving while in- toxicated, reckless driving, $110 fine, $2.50 costs and 30 days in jail; Joseph C. Ellison, drunk m public, $10 forfeit: Gertrude E. Ellison, negligent driving, $100 forfeit; Gary E. Stedham. negli- gent driving, $29 forfeit; William E. Wolfe. no valid operator's li- cense. $7 forfeit; Ronald E. Wood, minor in possession of and consum- "ing liquor, $25 forfeit; Jay L. Parker, disorderly conduct, $35 forfeit; Mel S. Hinderman, disor- derly conduct, $35 forfeit; Don E. Wilson, drunk in public, $10 for- feit. SHELTON POLICE Dr. B. B. Forman reported be- tween $26 and $30 in coins stolen from his home. Ron Milano reported his car stolen. The vehicle was found by Sheriff's officers at the Shelton Airport Cars driven by William E. Mil- ler, Shelton. and Robert O. Nell- son, Shelton, collided at the inter- section of East E. Street and Jef- ferson Street about 4:10 p.m. Sat- urdy. Neither driver was injured. Damage to the Miller vehicle was $125 and to the Neilson vehicle $50. Police aaid Miller was North- bound on Jefferson Street and Neilson Eastbound on E Street when the vehicles colided at the intersection. Alf+'ed Swett. Shclton, was unin- jured when the car he was driv. ing left the road on Pioneer Way and rolled down an embankment about 6:30 p.m. Friday. The ve- hicle was a total loss. MASON COUNTY SHERIFF Three boats were reported atolen from the Sportman's Haven. Mrs. Goodro reported her home had been broke into. a laddcr s,olen from outside and a mirror and old crank telephone missing from the inside. SHERIFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS David E. Lopcnlan, failure to yield right oi way, no valid oper- ator's license. w _0/10 1/7 '-OUND -- Male Cocker 6 ln(--old plip in woods off Project 13 road. Call 426-8168. L 10/10 VdSI-TIb- WA-N--TD- - "#erKale: Six  years experience in lumber office; bookkeeping, payroll, production re- ports. 'general office and SWltCI1Doard. Call 426-3126 or write 513 So. 14tb. helton. D 10/10-17 FOR RElT---C67-one=bedroom wa- terfront home to couple, $50. Also, older two bedroom h'de near down- "town area. $45. water "included. Call A. Roy Dunn. 426-6363. D 10/10 O-R--I=-E-NT -- Ful.nis-llcd--two--1)ed : room upper duplex apartment, $40 per month. Call 426-8485. S 10/10 tfn WILL BABY SIT in my home.-ifIill: crest area. 426-6371. tt 10/10 tfn EARN LOVELY FA SHI()JIS-b, h:ing a style show in your home with Your friends. For information call 426-3278. ....... G 7ff/10-24 LOST ---L-,=iehafg-lT-.ff Friday about 6 p.m. Allyn-Belfair area. Pit Bull breed.dark brindle coat. docked tail. white blaze between front shoul- ders. uncropped ears. Lealhcr con lar. brass tags. Generous reward. Phone J. C. C;0-wley,, Shelton. 426- ._,081. 10/10 WILL GIVE AWAY KITTENS to good home, Phone 426-4227. F 10/10 COURT CLERK Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Haralson are scelting $d0.748.10 from ,1'. and Mrs. George R. Rohwein as the result of an accident in w]liCh cars driven by the two women were involved June 8, 1962, GAS TURNED ON--Natural Gas came tt Shelton Friday with the turn of a valve at the substation west of the city along the Matlock Road. Turning the valve, pictured above, are left to right E.E. Roberson, district manager from Bremerton; Mayor Brady Wednesday night. The Walter Shaw fmnily and Margaret McGarvie enjoyed Sun- day on Hood Canal. Miss Nancy McGarvie was a Portland visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McGar- vie spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Chap, man of ShelLon. Mr. and Mrs. Jahn McGarvie were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown. MR. AND MRS. PAUL John- ston and son of Etma spent-Wed- nesday evening with the Herbert Brehmeyer Sr's. Gene Brehme) er and Barbara Owens were diner guests Satur- day evemng of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kimmerly of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston and son of Elma were Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. home. MRS. AUGUSTA Portman and Carl Portman spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Auseth of Agate were Friday evening sup- per guests of Mrs. Augusta Port- man and Carl Portman. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmey- er Jr., and family spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Gribble. Gene Brehmeyer spent Thurs- day evening with his brother and farAily the Herbert Brehmeyers Jr. Frank Travis Jr. and Edward Niederer Jr., Seattle, Cascade Natural vice president. Cascade Natural crews spent Friday and Saturday adjusting appli- ances in homes served with natura( gas after it replaced the propane gas in the company's lines. Legal Publications NO. 3490 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN WILLIAM MORAN. Deceased. Maizie E. Moran is the appointed and qualified Executrix of said estate. All persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve the, same in duplicate, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorney, Robert L. Snyder at the address below stated. and file the same with the Clerk of said Court together with proof of such service, witilin six months after the date o first publication of this notico., ar :he same will be barred. DATE of first publication: October I0. 1963. MAIZIE E. MORAIg. Exe, eutrix Route 2. Box 93 Shelton. Washington ROBERT L. SNYDEI Attorney al Law 125 ,f., N. 5th Shclt on. Washington 10/10-17-24 3 NOTICE OF DISSOI,UTION OF I)ARTNERSHIP NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat the copartnershit) heretofore existing betwPen STANTON F. RUTHERFORD and JOSEPH C. ELLISON. doing bus- i]iess nndor lhe firlll nallle, and st),le of RUTHERFORD AND ELLISON LOGGING COMPANY at 1624 Ridge- road. Sholton. rasi]inton ias been dissoiw;ff as of O,'tober 2 1963. STANTON F. RUTHERFORD JOSEPH C. ELLISON 10/10 It Mr. and Mrs. I-lerbert Bi'ehmeyer Jr. and family balled on the 1. C. Ford family Sunday. k / " ,.'L WE'RE KURT MANN HOME OFFICE 5th & FRANKLIN OLYMPIA 5ra n t WolfE// Beaten By Po/ke In Viet Nam Grant "Wolf kill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wolfkill, Shelton, was one of three U.S. newsmen beaten by secret police in Viet iCam Sat- urday while covering the trouble between the Vietnamese govern- merit and Buddhists. Wolfkill, an NBC News camera- man. was watching along with the other two. when a Buddhist monk burned himself to deathin protest sgainst the government. The news- men began taking pictures and were attacked by Viet Nam secret police. According to news reports, Wolfkill was kicked in the groin and struck on the neck and lost his camera. He along with John Sharkey, also of NBC News and David Hal- berstan of the New York Times, walked to a hotel and called a hos- pital. None was seriously injured. Wolfkill spent several weeks at Ms parents' home on Hammersley Inlet last summer after being re- leased after 15 nonthsfa s-a, prison- er of the Pathet tCommunist)Lao in LaDs. COUNTY (Continued from sion Service from $10,718 to house annex from the assessor from 340: the auditor $34,250; the court 899 to $11 898.70; crs from ' $20,825 primary and from $16.617 to administration $26, 190; misc( $50,685.32 to commission from school 805 to $11.395; $16,621 to $15,'. $27,600 to $25; The civil cut from Questions of having" a el ment at all from the tual cost to the c with the rest of i from federal funds. By having ty had been able of items of sur a fraction of more than makes ey the county fense, The budget for was unchanged .: commissioners ty contributed rent expense with the rest pari-mutuaT come from the A Mason budget of at The maintenance, will go for ial and es, including crews. The budget construction for equipmen $240,000 for THE pared at and operation $70,000 each terials and for work for be re-imbursed, n $246,000. The budget administration, operation is $259,760 from 000 from $12,000 for 868 from tax; $25,0(] funds; $20, cash; $15,01 receipts and for federal aid County En said that on expend: in the were heard th get did not much detail as ments under the fund. MIGHTY PROUP Capital Savings and Loan, and our Shelton Loan Counselor Kurt 1Vann, are proud of our important part in bringing to Shelton the outstanding motel and restaurant facility, to be constructed between Sixth and Seventh Streets on Railroad Avenue. (See story on front page). The financing for the ' i. new motel, like so many Thurston and Mason County projects, has been provided by Capital. , di'-r HOME OFFICE -- OLYMPIA IN SHELTON  SEE: LOAN COUNSELOR KURT MANN  MANN REAL ESTATE 121 Railroad Avenue Phone 426-6592